England may repeat the same old stories of wasted golden generations ahead of the Euros


Blessed with all kinds of players in every golden generation England is one of those teams that are always adept at producing the finest kind of players ever recorded in history.

It is the turn of Garry Southgate the head coach to herald things in the Three Lions national team, with several arrays of prolific players to his choice England must finally balance talent and results.

Jude Bellingham the Real Madrid magician who has scored more than 10 goals for the Galacticos is ever graceful in the midfield together with Declan Rice the Arsenal protector and the ever-impressive Phil Foden, one might wonder why the team cannot tik but perhaps it is the curse of the golden generation to never show their grace on the international stage.

Losing out against Italy in 2020 was the highlight of the Three Lions’ inability to be consistent when it really matters and such professionalism is what is needed in today’s modern football.

Against a new Brazilian team, the Three Lions should have won the game easily but even the new Brazilian team was quick to capitalize on the inconsistent England who are finding it hard to replicate the form in 1966 that won them the World Cup.

The icing was when a teenager in the name of Endrick scored against them.

Star striker Harry Kane will be hoping to turn things around quickly ahead of the euros and maybe just maybe the world for once will know that England can deliver and will always flatter when it comes to making a name for themselves.

Source Nationaltelevisiongh.com